Barbeque season hasn’t ended yet and why should it end with summer anyway? There are plenty of barbeques on the market today that offer far more than just grilling, giving you endless opportunities to experiment with game meat, flavours and techniques. We’ve compiled a list of five stand-out barbeques that have revolutionised outdoor cooking.



Big Green Egg

The American brand claims that their ceramic charcoal BBQ can even smoke ice cream, but we’re more interested in its ConvEGGtor feature which turns the traditional BBQ into a versatile pizza oven come smoker come slow cooker. The wide dome lid provides ample room for big cuts of meat like venison, or for beer can duck.

Price: £1,045

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Traeger Ironwood 650 Pellet Grill

Fuelled by wood pellets and controlled via WiFi, Traeger grills allow ample opportunity to experiment with a range of materials to achieve that delicious smoky flavour that complements the likes of salmon so wonderfully.

Price: $1199.99

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Napoleon Rogue® SE 525 RSIB

Versatile, durable and efficient, the BBQ from Napoleon boasts several burners including a rear rotisserie rod that can self-baste pigeon, duck or whatever your choice of game bird, for the perfect roast.

Price: £1,399.99

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Everdure Cube by Heston Blumenthal

The most innovative portable grill to date, the compact charcoal powered CUBE is ideal for stashing in the truck for some off-grid grilling during a day’s hunt.

Price: £139.50

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Weber Master-Touch GBS Premium E-5770 Charcoal Barbeque

The ideal companion for an urban outdoor space, this Weber goes beyond grilling. Fry, smoke or griddle wild game with add-on accessories to take your dishes to the next level.

Price: £359

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